House Passes Bill to Clean Up Former Meth Houses

Published: February 14, 2007

<table width="507"><tbody><tr><td class="itemheader"><span style="FONT-WEIGHT: 900; FONT-SIZE: 14px; MARGIN-BOTTOM: 3px; PADDING-BOTTOM: 3px; COLOR: #003399; PADDING-TOP: 3px; FONT-FAMILY: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"><b></b></span></td></tr><!– Story –><tr><td class="blacktext" width="500">The Methamphetamine Remediation Research Act of 2007, H.R. 365, passed by the House in early February, would require EPA to work with the National Institute for Standards and Technology to establish voluntary guidelines to help states and localities remediate former meth labs. EPA would also conduct research on various clean up methods. The Senate is expected to pass similar legislation, although a bill has yet to be introduced. NAR President Pat Vredevoogd Combs sent a letter supporting the research effort. To read NAR's letter, <a title="http://go-to.realtor.org/h/2OP47/EXCJY/HK/53M9K" href="http://go-to.realtor.org/h/2OP47/EXCJY/HK/53M9K">click here.</a> To read the House bill, <a title="http://go-to.realtor.org/h/GD2NZ/EXCJY/HK/53M9K" href="http://go-to.realtor.org/h/GD2NZ/EXCJY/HK/53M9K">click here.</a> </td></tr></tbody></table>


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